HP ProLiant Gen8 G1610T MicroServer

£5.93 / week

Product Description

The HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 is a small, quiet, and stylishly designed server that is ideal as a first server solution for small businesses. With a form factor that is easy to use and service, it helps small businesses drive down their expenses while improving productivity, efficiency, and security. HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 comes with HP iLO4, providing access to innovations like Intelligent Provisioning for quick and simple installation and setup.

  • Instant out-of-box server set up and deployment
  • Embedded remote management technology reduces on-site server administration and travel expenses
  • Continuous, proactive health monitoring ensures faster and more accurate problem resolution
  • Tool-less access to hard drives, memory, and PCI slots for simple installation or upgrade
  • Improved serviceability with features such as icon-based status display and system health status LEDs
  • Two up-front USB ports allow for easy deployment
  • New iLO Essentials license provides ability to connect media from your client device to your server and receive email alerts regarding server events
  • Small, quiet, energy efficient, and can be placed anywhere
  • Stylish blue LED light bar for at-a-glance system health status
  • Stackable managed switch creates clean, elegant look for networking and compute
  • Compatible with HP PS1810 Switch Series. Unique chassis design for the 8-port managed switch that enables physical stacking
  • Common pool of resources and applications results in a higher level of simplicity and flexibility in operations
  • User-friendly interface on HP PS1810 Switch Series allows for consolidated view of servers and switches in the network so workloads can be prioritised
  • Link aggregation allows for faster file transfers and greater data availability

– Dual Core 2.3GHz Processor
– Takes NHP SATA drives
– 150W PSU

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